Activity in Irish M&A market remains strong

Activity in the Irish mergers and acquisitions market remained strong during the first quarter of this year, but the value of activity has fallen off.

29th March, 2008

Activity in the Irish mergers and acquisitions market remained strong during the first quarter of this year, but the value of activity has fallen off.

Research conducted by corporate financier CFM Capital found that the number of deals conducted rose slightly to 50, up from 37 in the first quarter of 2007. However, the value of activity fell from €2.8 billion to €2.4 billion, a 17 per cent decline.

Three major deals ac counted for more than half the...

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